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Stéphane Israël
Arianespace CEO
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’s Flight delivered to Sun-synchronous orbit on December 1. See new perspectives of the successful launch with this behind-the-scenes video:
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Stéphane Israël Dec 2
I thank for joining the European institutions that have committed to a European launch preference for their satellites. Our and will be at the service of this meteorological agency – a key customer for . Press release:
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Stéphane Israël retweeted
Arianespace Dec 1
Flight : Mission success at the service of the United Arab Emirates. Read the press release:
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
Special thanks to our Russian partners , -Progress, and for your continuous support.
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
Replying to @torybruno @AirbusSpace
Thanks !
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
I applaud the and teams for their contributions to today’s success.
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
Flight also continued our strong relationship with co-prime contractor . is the 164th satellite built by the company to be launched on an mission – with five more already in our order book!
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
129 satellites launched, with 19 more in our backlog for future missions! Today’s Soyuz mission orbited another satellite built by , our long-time partner and prime contractor for .
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
A new success for ! The workhorse launcher has deployed the United Arab Emirates’ satellite in orbit on Flight . Congratulations and thank you to all our partners!
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Stéphane Israël Dec 1
For the 24th time, a launch vehicle has lifted off from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana. The satellite is now on its way for deployment in sun-synchronous orbit. Thales_Alenia_S
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Stéphane Israël retweeted
Arianespace Nov 30
As the reception of telemetry data by the range safety team was not nominal, Arianespace decided to interrupt the final VS24 launch chronology before liftoff. The soonest possible launch date is Dec. 1 at 10:33 p.m. in French Guiana (01:33 a.m. Universal Time on Dec. 2).
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Stéphane Israël retweeted
Arianespace Nov 30
The final chronology is underway for today’s Flight with from the Spaceport in French Guiana. Follow this mission, with the FalconEye satellite, on and .
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Stéphane Israël Nov 29
New tentative tomorrow Monday 30 November 10.33 pm French Guiana Time. Launcher and satellite in security.
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Arianespace Nov 29
has decided to postpone Flight due to a “red” status due to weather during the mission’s final launch chronology. More information will come soon.
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Arianespace Nov 29
’s Flight w/ will lift off TODAY from the Spaceport in French Guiana. Check your local time and follow along online!
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Stéphane Israël Nov 26
Congratulations to our dear friend and outstanding director for being the nominee for new ESA DG ! Looking forward for next step.
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Stéphane Israël Nov 20
is no more under chapter 11. Thanks to HMG and Bharti for their leadership and vision. Next launch now scheduled 17 December from Vostochny with Soyuz !
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Stéphane Israël Nov 17
We are working with our partners to analyse the data of VV17 anomaly. Press conference at 10.00 am Kourou Time today and Enquiry Commission with ESA. We deeply apologise towards our customers
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Stéphane Israël Nov 16
Watch lift off on its 17th mission from the Spaceport in French Guiana, carrying two Earth observation satellites for Europe: -Ingenio and .
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